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A Lincoln Center display of costume and set designs inspired by Mozart’s "The Magic Flute" was organized in collaboration with the Kent State University Museum and will soon be on its way to the Kent Campus. 

Porthouse Theatre, Kent State University’s outdoor, summer theatre located on the grounds of Blossom Music Center, concludes its 48th season with “Footloose.”

The 2016 Piano Institute, in association with the Piano Division of the Hugh A. Glauser School of Music at Kent State University, will present a series of master classes and recitals from July 19-26 on the university’s campus and culminate with the July 26 gala concert at Severance Hall’s Reinberger Chamber Hall in Cleveland. 

Collaboration with Columbus’ CATCO brings the music of a legend to the Porthouse stage. 

The Kent State University at Tuscarawas Performing Arts Center 2016-17 season will feature 21 diverse and high-quality performances, including comedy, dance, Broadway shows and additional concerts.

A summer partnership with the Cleveland Orchestra continues, presenting some of the finest chamber music in Northeast Ohio

From its island greenery and beautiful, clear beaches - to its vintage American cars and aged architecture – Havana, Cuba is a place where few American college students have explored in more than 60-years.

 

 

Porthouse Theatre, Kent State University’s outdoor, summer theatre located on the grounds of Blossom Music Center, will open its 48th season with the regional premiere of “Sister Act.”

The Department of Pan-African Studies at Kent State University is pleased to announce its third biennial Africa and the Global Atlantic World Conference that will take place at Kent State University, on April 8, 2016. This year’s conference is themed “Cultures, Identities, and Racial Violence in the Pan-African World” and aims to explore new ways of studying the complex experiences of Africana people worldwide.

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